This animated promotional video was created for First Lutheran Church of Galveston.
The Houston Select Baseball Club is an organization designed to assist high school baseball coaches by providing their players an opportunity to improve their skills – while promoting the virtues of academic excellence through coordinated guidance. Visit: hsbaseball.net
2016 Photograph Prices Large (8×10) – $20 Medium (4×6 or 5×7) – $12 Small (For web use only and not for printing purposes) – $7 I do not do any printing. These prices are the cost of the digital photo which you can then take somewhere local that has a quality printer.
Watch the 2 minute video of the Fanfare Winter Concert filmed in The Lyceum in Galveston. The Fanfare! Lutheran Music Academy is located at First Ev. Lutheran Church of Galveston and is a 501c non-profit school that teaches music, art, and drama to Galveston area schools.
The Fanfare! Lutheran Music Academy is located at First Ev. Lutheran Church of Galveston and is a 501c non-profit school that teaches music, art, and drama to Galveston area schools. Please consider donating using safe and secure PayPal on their website: http://fanfarelma.com/donate/ Also, the art teachers are running short on several supplies, so we would […]
The Galveston County Adoption Day Foundation sponsored the twelfth annual Galveston County Adoption Day event on November 21, 2015, at the Galveston County Justice Center in Galveston, Texas. National Adoption Day, (www.nationaladoptionday.org), began nationally in California in 2000, and locally in Galveston County in 2004, (with the Foundation receiving 501(c)(3) status in 2007). Its purpose […]
The Alex Meixner band highlighted the 34th Annual Island Oktoberfest! See my short video clip here:
See my 2015 D’Feet Breast Cancer “Celebration of Life” dance video:
Selling your boat? Show it off in the best light possible! Contact me if you need a professional high quality photo and video service to help it get the eye-catching publicity it needs.
Written and Directed by Izola Collins, this musical represents the 2015 Book of the Year “Freeman” by Leonard Pitts, Jr. and uses Spirituals (religious songs of the slaves) sung by the Galveston Heritage Chorale and special guest soloists. Pantomime actors with background narration help tell the story of some of America’s earliest songs. 1 hour […]
Johnny Nicholas, legendary musician, was a lead vocalist and multi-instrumentalist with the nine-time Grammy Award winning band Asleep At The Wheel. He has performed with the likes of Howlin Wolf, BB King, Muddy Waters, Bonnie Rait, Eric Clapton, Pops and Mavis Staples, Delbert McClinton, Willie Nelson, Merle Haggard, and Jimmie Vaughan and regularly plays the […]
I just completed editing and publishing the 2015 Miss Kemah Pageant Program book. For more information, please visit MissKemahPageant.com
Teach BIG! is a five acres RETREAT for TEACHERS located in Kemah, Texas. They have 11,000 square feet which houses their two state-of-the-art conference centers, a diner, a soda shop, a Teach BIG! Corner Store, a conference room for team planning, and a make-n-take print shop!
Less than a mile from East Galveston Bay, a JHK Ranch foreman checks in with the ranch headquarters on his cell phone while his cattle nervously watch a cold front pushing through. Started in the mid-1800s by patriarch James Jackson, the JHK Ranch near Anahuac was one of the original cattle-ranching operations in Chambers County.
An East Galveston Bay commercial crabber heads out to check his traps. Blue crabs are a crucial part of the food web that ties together Texas’ inshore marine ecosystems, playing role of both predator and prey. Commercial crabbing is strictly regulated through licensing and mandatory reporting.
Brown pelican finds his spot at popular gathering under Kemah bridge. Now outlawed, the chemical pesticide DDT caused the birds’ eggshells to thin and thus very few hatched and the bird population plummeted to only 50 birds in Texas. Pelicans were declared endangered in 1970, and DDT was outlawed in 1972. In 2009, the U.S. […]
Galveston surfers are fond of saying, “If you can surf in Galveston, you can surf anywhere!” because of the bad reputation for inconsistent surf. Although not a surfing mecca, Galveston Beach does have it moments and hard core surfers are rewarded for their patience.